Estate Planning Makes Difficult Times Easier
Estate planning saves your family from unnecessary emotional and financial stress should anything happen to you. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that everyone you care about will be responsibly provided for when you’re no longer around to care for them.
Estate planning ensures that the assets you’ve worked hard for will be distributed according to your wishes.
Our estate planning lawyers in Jupiter, FL, will help you plan according to your personal and financial objectives. We focus on Simple Estate Planning for the creation of wills and trusts, as well as Advanced Estate Planning for families with more complex needs, like tax efficiency.
With our decades of experience, we’ll help you put together estate planning documents that ensure your assets’ proper management and distribution.
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Decades of Experience
Our team takes pride in our extensive law experience, particularly in estate planning for seniors in Jupiter, FL. Our attorneys are distinguished members of the legal community in Florida and have helped clients with various legal challenges.
Although we’re large enough to serve estate planning clients in various Florida counties—not just Jupiter—our law office is small enough to provide personal attention to each family. Estate planning is one of the most important life decisions an adult will make. We see to it that you’re fully informed of the legal aspects of this process.
To create an estate plan that meets your wishes, our lawyers will review your assets and consult you on your personal and financial goals. We’ll draft the documents, which will be explained to you in detail before any signing. We will make the process as smooth as possible.
Estate Planning FAQs
No, you don’t need substantial assets to set up a trust in Jupiter, FL. A trust is a method of transferring your assets through your disability or death and controlling where your assets would go. Please speak with our estate planning lawyers to learn more.
Yes, you can include charities in your will, but you have to be specific about the institution you’re providing for. In addition to the name of the charity, provide an address and contact information to avoid ambiguity. Our lawyers will guide you in this process.
To plan for long-term care, you need a durable power of attorney, as well as a designation of healthcare surrogate or medical durable power of attorney. Our lawyers will explain this further during our consultation.
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